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at a rally in detroit. we have more. >> it is time to move forward. that is the choice in this election. >> this week it is the democrats' turn to rally support behind president obama and his bid for a second term. >> the stage is set in charlotte with democrats filling their national convention the most open convention in history. democrats are using star power to get their message across all week including appearances by actors eva longoria james taylor mary j. blige. michelle obama and former president bill clinton will speak leading up to a large celebration thursday inside bank of america stadium. hundreds protested the program sunday. obama continues to criticize his republican opponents' convention speech. >> give romney knows that secrets to creating jobs and growing the economy. nobody bothered to tell us what they were. >> this president cannot tell us you are better off today than when you took office. >> a new poll shows the race a dead heat and another taken after the republican convention showed romney with a slight lead now shows they are tied with two
in suburban detroit. >>> and it's one of the most famous paintings in the whole world. now, the mona lisa might have a twin. a new group claims da vinci created another version of mona. newsroom starts now. >>> good morning to you, thank you so much for joining us. i'm carol costello. >>> nfl fans along national night nair is finally over, the regular referees coming back on the field, starting with tonight's browns/ravens game. the tipping point to reach a deal between the league and the refs may have indeed been that botched call at the end of monday night's football game. cnn's jason carle is outside the nfl's offices. good morning, jason. >> reporter: and good morning to you. that call on monday night set all things in motion, 17 hours of negotiation going on in tuesday, more negotiating going on until midnight last night, about when both sides came to this agreement, made the announcement they reach this agreement, fans are very happy about, the rest really making now the a good way in terms of what was reached. the referees will not have to give up their pension in exchange for 401(
school strike in the u.s. since detroit teachers walked off the job for 16 days back in 2006. so they have until monday to get this all figured out. >> that seems like a lot to ask of people from within a community to come in and help them with this. i guess they don't have a choice. >> it kind of sounds like it. like i said, monday. hopefully, they get things worked out before that. >> when we come back, we'll talk about this t could cost you more to drive on one popular local roadway. details of the plan to increase fares on the dulles toll road. >> we'll tell what you you can voice your opinion coming up. now, let's check in with tucker. >> they never vote to decrease prices on anything, do they? >> no, they don't. the weather is warm and humid today. showers and storms back in the forecast. we'll have a look at traffic too with julie wright after the break. anncr: it'll start out as concrete and steel... but it'll become so much more. a new world-class resort casino in prince george's county. two thousand construction jobs to build it. four thousand permanent, good-paying job
in detroit reportedly paying millions of dollars for phone lines that aren't even being used. john bennett is the detroit office moved out of these buildings 8 years ago but never canceled the phone service. according to bennett taxpayers have been pay ago quarter of a million dollars each year ever since all while he and fellow officers take pay cuts. >>> you are asking us to sacrifice more but you can't have the resources we have. i don't know if you could call it a mistake. you can call it negligence. >>> the city not confirming or denying those claims. the police department now launching its own investigation. >>> listen to this one. >> look at this. looks like a gang member? the boy has been banned from wearing the payton manning jersey to school. the school says it is just too violent. >> he told me i couldn't wear18t any more because it's a gang number and i had to take it off. >> i am pretty upset about it. pretty up et the school has come down to this. they need to pay more to the education rather than what they are wearing. >> gangs that's what they are concerned about. the schoo
for the championship. >>> let's go to baseball. the tigers hosting the white sox. detroit has won six straight meetings. their ace, on the bump, justin verlander, 1 of his 11 strikeouts. he has four straight seasons of at least 200 ks. a 1-1 game in the sixth. men on first and second for delmon young. he takes chris sale deep with a three-run shot. tigers win. chris sale not happy. tigers and white sox now tied atop the a.l. central with detroit sweeping the south siders. have a great day. i'm doug kezirian. >>> and some real sports took part in a bizarre contest over the weekend. a group of men who really love their facial hair competed for best beard and mustache in lansing, michigan, your home state. >> that's how we roll in michigan. >> they were judged on fierceness, whatever that may mean. >> judges looked for how well the hair fit the personality. some of the guys getting a head start on hunting season. >> that looks insane to me. i don't know how he handles certain things. >>> up next, "the pulse." starring russell crowe this morning. >> we have the details about the role he never wanted and th
of the yard. they end a four-game losing streak. detroit is two games behind the white sox. the red hot as taking on the angels. as ul a run in the ninth. coco crisp, a little insurance. beat the angels, 6-5. the as won five in a row. they are three games behind texas in the a.l. west. what about the philadelphia phillies? haven't given them much thought. rollens crushes one. phillies beat the marlins. they have won six in a row. left for dead, now four games out in the wild card race. they are back at the .500 mark for the first time since june 4th. one american diplomat is dead. american consulate and embassy coming under attack. the latest in a few minutes. >>> we huddle around the water cooler to watch first lady michelle obama on the dr. oz show. we'll be right back. >>> we told you at the top of the show, u.s. diplomatic sights in egypt and libya were targets of protest with at least one american staff member dead in benghazi. the worst attack on the u.s. embassy came september 17, 2008 when al qaeda militants fired on the american embassy. 17 people killed in those strikes includ
't the easy thing. some studies shouldn't save detroit but president obama made the stuff and right call to save more than a million american jobs in an important iconic industry. [crowd cheering] some studies should move heaven and earth to get bin laden but president obama made the tough and right call to bring the worst terrorist in the world to justice. some even said he couldn't take on the big banks that brought our economy to its knees. but president obama made the tough and right call so taxpayers will never again been on the hook for wall street's risky bets.çç some study couldn't take on the insurance companies that were ripping us off. but president obama made the tough and right call to save lives, save medicare and ensure that no one goes broke just because they get sick. [crowd cheering] his whole life, there have been so many who told them what he shouldn't or couldn't do. but america has a president who knows what we must do. president obama has also faced down another group ofaysayers. in addition to the crowds of the couldn'ted and shouldn'ts, the republican party h
we should do? let detroit go bankrupt what did mitt romney and paul ryan propose with respect to social security a number of years ago? let's privatize it. you just cited the statistics about the collapse in the retirement system. the american people lost about a third of their savings, if we listened to mitt romney and paul ryan on social security, people would have had nothing. >> each night, veteran talk host, ed schultz, tackles the issues that matter most to americans. don't miss it at 8:00 p.m. eastern on msnbc. >>> well elsewhere according to the latest gallup poll, republican presidential candidate mitt romney's acceptance speech at the gop convention in tampa last week scored a record low with americans. only 38% of americans surveyed rated romney's speech as excellent or good, the lowest rating of any of the eight speeches gallup has tested since bob dole's gop acceptance speech in 1996. 16% rated the romney address as poor or terrible. >>> it has been a week since isaac slammed into the gulf coast and still, tens of thousands of people are in the dark. while crews h
for what might be a big clog in the tunnels under bloomingdale and ladroit park. >> weed detroit. >> reporter: d.c. water deployedvo cameras to inspect all 90,000 square feet of tunnels. some tunnels so large that crews can walk through them n. some spots, the video shows things are very clear. in other locations, you can so what appeared to be roots and other debris. this blockage is coming from a home sewage lot. >> and this is coming from a service and this is in this line here. >> reporter: unfortunately for the people who lived through this flooding for decades, officially -- especially after several strong summer storms recently, no major clog has been found yet. >> we almost wish we would find one and solve it and get moving on it. we haven't found it. have not found obstructions in the system. >> reporter: d.c. water is trying to come up with simple ideas and with something to do past. -- fast. one idea is to use part of the sidewalk as a drainingage area and another is passing out rain barrels to what you see here, the trash can. the rain would run off someone's roof int
, no problems. detroit, indianapolis, plenty of sunshine in the south and miami. our forecast closer to home -- temperatures should top off around 82 degrees. but tonight we could be looking at a couple showers. a cold front moves into the area. full detail and the extended outlook coming up in a few minutes. >> thank you. an emotional service this morning as the nation remembered astronaut neil armstrong. the worst -- the first man to walk on the moon. many went to the national cathedral. that is where we joined john gonzalez live at. >> the service just ended. this was the program that was handed out. now during the service carol armstrong was given the flood that was flown at half staff the day her husband died. >> a very public service for a modest man. 81-year-old michael collins was on the mission with neil armstrong gave a prayer. >>-- the earth that is beneath us. >> as hundreds filed and the national cathedral, we spoke with a logistics engineer was working on the aircraft. he brought with him a signed photo. on the aircraft, astronauts and former pilot, neil armstrong became the fi
took action. when detroit was in trouble, president obama saved the auto industry, and saved a million jobs. seven presidents before him, republicans and democrats, tried to expand health care to all americans. president obama got it done. he made a historic investment to lift our nation's public schools and expanded pel grants so that more young people could afford college. and because he knows that we don't have an ounce of talent to waste, the president took action to lift the shadow of deportation from a generation of young, law-behindi inin inin ii students called dreamers. and now we need to make a choice, a choice that maybes it where millionaires can pay less, or a country where everybody pays their fair share, so that we can reduce the deficit and create the jobs of the future. it is a choice between a nation that slashes funding for our schools and guts pel grants, or a nation that invests more in education. and it is a choice between a politician who rewards companies that ship american jobs overseas, or a leader who brings jobs back home. this is the choice before us. and t
in detroit most of the early part of my adult life. remember, this is the mitt romney who said the automatic industry just go bankrupt. when you look outside of detroit, of course, michigan but ohio depends on those jobs. as a matter of fact, throughout the midwest, most of the jobs, whether it's the automotive industry or not directly, there are indirect jobs related. glass, plastic, rubber, you name it. textiles, so that does not surprise me. because i think what white, working class, particularly men, understand, i would rather have a black friend in the white house than a whiten me and i've raised that question with unions i've spoke to. you've got to ask yourself that question. you my understand. labor has a friend. working people have a friend in the white house. they do not have a friend with mitt romney. >> well, patricia, staying on that for a minute, also in the area of health care, something that i think people are getting beyond a racial divide because we all are concerned about our health and insurance. now, in the "60 minutes" interview with romney last night, he was asked abou
. when the pundit said not to. they said let detroit go bankrupt. mitt romney went to detroit. manufacturing is the backbone in communities across ohio. they gave up on manufacturing jobs. more than 50,000 manufacturing jobs have been created across ohio during that administration. more than 500,000 across the country. i think that ohio in many ways is a microcosm of the challenges that the nation face oefrd the past four years and how we've begun to overcome them. >> meanwhile as you make those strong distinction points, mitt romney is making case elsewhere in ohio that it can't afford four more years of the president. this isn't on the plane. hopefully you'll be able to hear better. >> do we want four more years where every single year the take home pay goes down? >> no! >> do we want four more years of trillion-dollar deficits? >> no. >> so, ben, mitt romney has raised $6 million to president obama's $2.8 million. the super pacs as i know you're aware has fire power to release. when that happens in conjunction with the debates, do you fear an even tighter race here? >> well
, but one thing that our savvy listeners took away from that, designer tracy reese from detroit, there is a long road from detroit to fashion week in new york or the runways in millan, and if a tracy reese can make, if a michelle obama can make it, that appeals to minorities, to women, to business owners. >> and reese tweeted out a big thanker, how honored she was. what about concert tickets tomorrow and office visits. >> bill bellamy and anthony anderson, two huge comedians coming to town, we're giving away tickets, visit 96.3, whur.com, and listen, and also we give wsh we do to an office every week, every thursday, we call it office of the week and bring the best doughnuts in the world, krispy kreme doughnuts and they're warm, and we have coffee. and we give away tickets. >> all right. so great to see you. >> great to be here. >>> a big day after. we appreciate it. we'll be listening tomorrow morning and see you next time. pat, back over to you. >> please no krispy kreme doughnuts, especially if they're hot. don't bring them here. >> i know, i know. >>> nokia today became the
. 800 jobs were being lost a month. the housing market was in shambles. detroit was on the road to ruin. when president obama stepped into office, and he pulled our economy back from the brink. today there is only one person with the plan to return this country to prosperity, president barack obama. we are committed to his reelection. we are here at in charlotte to make sure president obama returns to the white house. we are here in charlotte to take back of the house of representatives and elect a stronger majority in the senate. we are here in charlotte to say with one voice that we will never stop fighting for the middle class. across the country, millions of working families know that we cannot go back to the failed republican economic policies of the past. we have to move forward. we know the democratic party is the oldest political party in the world but also the world's most forward looking. ours is the party of inclusion. the party of understanding. a party that believes this nation at drawls its strength from diversity. it values from is a middle- class. we believe that regardl
to be made. >> 125,000 people are still without power. later we'll talk with mitch landrieu. >>> the detroit police looking for the man in this surveillance photo, considered a person of interest in connection with the theft of vice president joe biden's uhaul. it was stolen sunday near a detroit hotel and since been recovered. it contained portable metal detectors for biden's labor day speech yesterday. today is the day despite warnings from the pentagon, the book "no easy day." a s.e.a.l.'s act of the raid of osama bin laden will hit store shelves. release date was moved up from september 11th and the pentagon already worried about loose lips threatened legal action against the author. they say he violated an agreement not to divulge military secret. to say nothing of the code of the s.e.a.l.s to keep their mission secret. >> but it's the violation part that's going to get him in serious legal trouble i'm sure. this year many of the rising stars in the democratic side aren'tn capitol hill, they are from city hall. more than a half dozen mayors scheduled to speak in charlotte. and one is ph
for t and saving detroit and ending the war. all these things there is a tremendous record of accomplishment that people sort of glossed over in their eagerness to talk about the mood. and people will focus on those issues and the choice that we face in this election because the two candidates and two parties could not be more different. >> poll after poll have told us [inaudible] and what would you say is the undecided voters right now, are the three basic differences between the democratic party and the republican party? >> well, i would say that the democratic party is really on the side of families and working families. it's certainly on the side of women. and i think it's positions on children and education a long-term investment in the future of this country are the president has been incredibily strong on that with the race to the top and early childhood education. and i think in foreign policy he has kept us safe and ended the war in iraq and i think that really as the first lady was talking about, we have gotten to know him. and i think has demonstrated the charact
is buried beneath a home in detroit. yesterday, all eyes were on the home as police removed two soil samples from underneath a shed. they were acting on a tip from a man dying of cancer who says he saw a body being buried at the home around the time hoffa disappeared. a scan of the area showed something under a concrete slab, but police are not sure what exactly it is. >> it could be a dead body. if not hoffa, then somebody else. or it could be the root of a tree. who notice. >> police say the soil samples are being tested for traces of human remains, and that nothing else was found during the dig. hoff that was last seen outside -- hoffa was last seen outside a restaurant in suburban detroit back in 1975. >>> new this morning, it's official. the n.f.l. referees have approved a new eight year contract. now that contract comes after a three-month lockout that made headlines when replacement referees made a highly controversial call that gave the seahawks a win over the packers. one referee called the hail mary pass a touchdown while the other ruled it was an interception. the new contract cal
and implode, let detroit go bankrupt. the president had another four-letter word -- or four-word statement, not on my watch. one guy who said i want to give tax cuts to the best and well-off in our country, another president -- a different view, the president, i'm going to make sure kids who start going to college get tax credits and support so they can go to college. one person who said when it came to homeowners who were struggling to hold on, middle class who were trying to hold onto their home, let it bottom other. another view, by president obama, which was no we're going to help you try to refinance to hold onto your home. those are clear distinctions of philosophy. the president clearly understands the frustration the american people feel. "a," that the economy is not moving to the pace and the ability that it needs to. and he is working on that because his economy focussed on the middle class. "b," they are very frustrated with washington. and the determination of some to tear down policies rather than try to build up this country. and that to me is where the frustration is, both o
? a person who says if four words let detroit go bankrupt or a president who had another four words, not on my watch. >> we're back live tonight with democratic national convention opening. this is republicans blasting the president or out of control debt. here is paul ryan in an iowa rally today. >> we just heard about an hour ago that our government eclipsed $16 trillion mark in our national debt. this is a serious threat to our economy. of all the broken promises from president obama, this is probably the worst one. because this debt is threatening jobs today, it's threatening prosperity today, and it's guaranteeing that our children and grandchildren get a diminished future. we have a debt clock at the convention last week. i don't see the debt clock this week. the problem is no leadership on this issue. the senate hasn't passed a budget in three years. we have a very clear choice ahead of us. are we going to stick to the same path, a nation in debt and doubt and in decline are going to let mitt romney get this thing turned around, cut spending, balance the budget and create job
romney, let detroit go bankrupt. the president, not on my watch. those are clear differences. mitt romney on his position on tax cuts for the most fortunate. the president, we got to make sure kids can afford to go to college. clear differences on policy. and i do believe and what i tried to say last night and this is true for the campaign going forward, there is going to be an unforeseen crisis, challenge or conflict that we can't see, it's going to come to the white house, it's going to land on that white house desk like a thud. whose values and whose judgment do you want and leadership in that oval office at that desk at that moment in time? a person who said to detroit and was wrong, not just said, if we followed his path, we would have lost a million manufacturing jobs in this country. if we had followed his path on housing, where he said just let it hit bottom, we would be wrong. lot of people are refinancing today because of the decisions the president made so they can hold on to their home. i think at every place, you have a clear distinction, clear choice, different paths with di
downpours along from the mid-atlantic to new england. stormy, saint lou s to grand rapids. around detroit and cincinnati as well. >> a sweltering 100 degrees in dallas, predicting will win the game. 90s, kansas city, to chicago. 80s on the east coast. from boise to salt lake city. >> grew up as an eagles' fan. can never root for the cowboys against religion in philadelphia. can't do that. >>> our first look at some of the rarest animals on earth, white tigers born in july at a zoo in the czech republic. >> to give you an idea how rare they are, one in every 10,000 bengal tigers is born white with black stripes. in the past 100 years, only a dozen have been spotted in the wild. >> starting today, the public has its chance to vote on the name of one of the male cubs. they can pick from a list of five names, liam, titan, woody and two others. >> wdoody? >> little tigers are going to be baptized on saturday. big couple days for the fellows. >> what would you name it? >> i don't know. >> toothy. >> teethy. >> see the fangs. >> i wouldn't mess with it. coming up next, couples who wait to have s
by the end of the year. >>> good news out of detroit, auto sales kicked into overdrive. demand for full-size pickups jumped 16% helping make august the strongest month for auto sales in three years. as dean reynolds reports, the increased demand means businesses are more confident the economy is recovering. >> 5 million americans either build or sell cars and trucks and workers showing up for the midday shift at gm's plant in arlington, texas, were smiling. >> that's wonderful. i hope they keep going up. everybody here needs to keep working. >> sales growth in august exceeded predictions and led usually cautious company executives like kurt mcneill of gm to crow about their progress. >> when you think about all the jobs that we provide to the u.s. and the supply base, it's incredibly important and it will continue to become more and more important to this great country. >> a small bump in the construction industry fueled pickup sales and it helped move suvs and sedans. with easier financing. cars.com says car makers have recovered from the recession. >> there's no doubt the u.s. industr
asked dean reynolds to look at why detroit is in high gear. >> reporter: five million americans either build or sell cars and trucks. today workers showing up for the mid-day shift at g.m.'s plant in arlington, texas, were smiling. >> that's wonderful. i hope they keep going up. everybody here needs to keep working. >> reporter: sales growth in august exceeded the predicts of industry analysts and led usually cautious company executives, like kurt mcneil of g.m., to crow about their progress. >> when you think about all the jobs that we provide to the u.s. and the supply base, it's incredibly important and it will continue to become more and more important to this great country. >> reporter: a small bump in the construction industry fueled pick-up sales and easier financing helped move s.u.v.s and sudans. industry analysts joe wiesenfelder of cars.com says car makers have recovered from the recession. >> there's no doubt the u.s. industry is in better shape than it was four years ago. it's really returning more to the way things were before 2008. >> reporter: the u.s. industry is now o
and dallas. mostly 80s from detroit to the east coast. 70s from billings to minneapolis. >>> when we come back this morning after the break, apple drops more clues about the iphone 5, as all that anticipation continues to build. >>> also, a big mac but hold the beef. doesn't sound right, does it? we're going to tell you about the new meatless mcdonald's. >>> and later, meet a little pool player that has a very big game. pocketing balls like the pros do. stay tuned. 1ñ >>> welcome back, everyone. the national debt is at a record high this morning. it's now more than $16 trillion, which works out to about $51,000 for every american. democrats and republicans are blaming one another. but whomever wins in november, congress will have to raise the government borrowing limit early next year. >>> apple is all-but confirming that it will unveil the iphone 5 next week. the company's invitation to its media event, has the number 12, the date, with the shadow forming a 5. apple may announce a miniipad, and some new ear buds and maybe a tv set. sales are down, though, as customers await, as we're al
and communities. we are not going to lead detroit go bankrupt or toledo go bankrupt. manufacturing. i will make that bet any day of that is paying off for america out. audience: we love you, obama! >> three years later, the american auto industry comes back, 200 and -- nearly 350,000 new jobs, so it is funny seeing governor romney and governor casey, and others who have tried to rewrite history and now that you are back on your feet. these are the folks who said if we went back on our plan you can kiss the american automotive industry goodbye. now they are saying it was their idea all along. seriously. or what they are saying is the problem is that you, the workers, made out like bandits in this whole thing, that we did this whole thing because it is all about paying back unions. really? even by the standard of political campaigns, that is a lot of you know what. workers made some of the biggest sacrifices. 700,000 retirees sought a reduction in the health benefits they earn. the hours were reduced, pay and wages were scaled back. you gave up of promise and was made for you for the sake of fell
accessible to all americans. [cheers and applause] despite an opponent who wanted to let detroit go bankrupt, this president saved the auto industry and now it's coming back strong. [cheers and applause] he not only demonstrated the courage to oppose the war in iraq, as president he showed the determination to bring our troops back home. [ applause ] barack obama is the kind of leader my father wrote about in "profiles and courage." he doesn't just do what is easy, he does what is hard. he does what is right. my father couldn't run for a second term. it was left to his brothers, his family and the generation they inspired to fight for the america they believed in. now it's up to a new generation our children's generation to carry america forward. so let me say to the young and the young at heart, barack obama is only president because you worked for him because you believed in him because uconn vinceed your parents to vote for him. young people have always led america towards a brighter future. it happened in 1960. it happened in 2008 and if you show the same spirit in this election as you d
advocated doing nothing. and what did mitt romney say? you all know this, he said let detroit go bankrupt. [crowd booing] in strong contrast, president obama took action, putting together a rescue team, demanding real change and real sacrifice. from everyone involved, from management, from labor, from suppliers, from debt holders, from dealers. everybody involved. it was not universally popular, but it was absolutely right. [cheers and applause] president obama's strong leadership saved a million jobs. since june of 2009, this industry has added a quarter of a million jobs and the auto industry is thriving again. [crowd cheering] these are good middle class jobs in glass, in plastic, in steel. jobs making things for an economy built to last. and mitt romney's record, at bain capital the corporate buyout firm he founded too often has made their money not by building companies up but by taking them apart. and too often the workers ended up in the streets even as romney and his partners made millions of dollars. earlier this week, we celebrated labor day. people forget what this holiday and
continued in michigan as vice president biden kept up the anti-republican attack in detroit. >> they view you as the problem. we view you and know you to be the solution in america. >> reporter: but as democrats hammered republicans on the road, gop vice presidential candidate paul ryan responded in their own convention state of north carolina. >> we can either choose to stay on the path we are on, a path of debt, a path of doubt and decline, a path of joblessness, or we can get things turned around. >> reporter: the dnc moves outdoors thursday when president obama accepts the nomination. tom fitzgerald, fox 5 news. >>> more than 100,000 people in louisiana and mississippi are still in the dark this morning herely one -- nearly one week after hurricane isaac ripped through the area. >>> we still have plenty ahead. your weather, traffic and all of your top stories. >> fox 5 morning news at 4:30 starts now. >>> good morning. it is tuesday, september 4th, the first day of school for a lot of students out there this morning especially over there in virginia. we'll be checking with traffic, o
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